Ramby is a specialist barrister in judicial review and public law. He has many high profile reported cases and has appeared in the High Court, Court of Appeal, House of Lords (Supreme Court) and the European Court of Justice.
In addition he is an acknowledged expert in human rights (including being a general editor of Human Rights Act 1998 Practical Guide’ –published by Jordans) European Union law particularly in relation to anti-discrimination law, administrative law, public procurement, freedom of establishment, services and movement (including social security, immigration, crime, customs and excise) Nationality and immigration law (including national security and terrorism law) .
His specialism includes child support law, social services, civil liberties, individual rights, civil actions against the state, extradition, education, prison and discrimination law.
Ramby frequently undertakes pro bono work and was Times Lawyer of the Week for representing a Hindu wishing to undertake an open air funeral pyre in the UK.
Consultant editor of INLR (Jordan)
"He thinks of new legal arguments on his feet spontaneously and has a natural flair in the court. He is a very creative barrister."
Chambers UK 2019
Legal 500 2015
SM (Algeria) v Entry Clearance Officer, UK Visa Section  UKSC 9
R(AHK)-v-SSHD  EWCA Civ 287  1 WLR 2049
The court set out the principles to be adopted in determining whether a special advocate should be appointed to represent an applicant seeking judicial review of a refusal of his application for British citizenship, where the refusal was on the ground that the applicant had not demonstrated good character and where the Home Secretary was not willing to disclose, ) Ex parte Scullion (state liability for non-transposition of EC Directives in social security law),
SSHD-v-Ex parte Wolke (HL)  1 WLR 1640
(EC law and Social security),
P-v-S C13/94  ICR 795 ECJ
(transsexual and Sex Discrimination) (this case changed domestic law to protect transsexuals against discrimination in the work place),
Ocezlik  EWCA Civ 260
The time taken to process an application of a Turkish immigrant for indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom did not count towards the one-year period of legal employment that would entitle him to remain in the UK under the EC,
Bigia  EWCA Civ 79
The court ruled on the extent to which the decision of the European Court of Justice in Metock v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform (C-127/08) (2009) All ER (EC) 40 had affected domestic law on the rights of persons falling within Directive 2004/38 art.3.2(a), namely "other family members" of a "Union citizen",
Manjit Kaur ECJ (whether British Overseas nationals are EU citizens);
R(Tofik)-v-IAT EWCA Civ 1138  INLR 623
(duty of tribunal to give reasons for refusing extension of time,
BI (PAKISTAN) v SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT (2009)-
When considering whether the removal of a person, who claimed that she was dependent on a daughter and her family in the UK because of her ill health, breached her right to a family life under the European Convention on Human Rights 1950 art.8, the AIT failed to have proper regard to the positive duty on contracting states to show respect for family life and failed to appreciate that a person's family was the group on which many people most heavily depended socially, emotionally and financially,
Lim-v-SSHD  INLR 60  EWCA Civ 773
All questions arising under theA Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 s.10 were to be regarded as appealable and reviewable and the use of judicial review had to be calibrated to the nature of the issues through the exercise of judicial discretion to the nature of the issue or issues,
R. v Secretary of State for the Home Department Ex p. Khawaja  A.C. 74
and the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 s.82 could be respected. CA (Civ Div) (Sir Mark Potter (President Fam), Sedley LJ, Wilson LJ) 25/7/2007,
YD-v-Turkey  1 WLR 1646
the Court of Appeal has an inherent jurisdiction to order the Home Secretary to refrain from removing an applicant whilst his out of time appeal is pending with the court,
Raghbir Singh-v-SSHD Imm AR 507
(deportation on grounds of national security),
SN-V-SSHD  EWCA Civ 1683  INLR 273
(removal of an HIV/AIDS sufferer receiving treatment in the UK which would not be available in the destination country).